Noah Centineo had a big night at the 2019 MTV Movie and TV Awards when he got to take home multiple Golden Popcorns for his role as Peter Kavinsky (AKA the Internet's BF) in To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
"It's been a wild ride. My life changed drastically in the past year," he said.
While accepting the award for "Best Breakthrough Performance," Noah got real about his career and his experiences throughout the past couple of years. He even said that The Fosters, his biggest breakout role, didn't give him everything he was looking for in life despite always wanting to be an actor.
"I did a little show called The Fosters and over the years since I did that show, I learned that external things don't actually make you happy. They didn't make me happy. I actually was like really, really upset while doing that show. Not because the show wasn't an amazing show, I just wasn't happy with all of these things outside of myself," he revealed.
Noah ended his speech by encouraging people to give back to others in the same way that he's learned to do since working on The Fosters.
"I found that truly the thing that made me happy, the thing that actually fulfilled me was not having a successful career, it was doing what I love and giving back to other people."
While he might've opened up about his hard time on the show, it looks like he really did have a good time with his cast mates as he made a guest appearance during The Fosters spin-off series', Good Trouble, first season.
Noah still hasn't confirmed that he'll be back for the second season, but knowing Noah, it definitely won't be the last we'll see of him on there.
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